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HOUSE SCIENCE COMMITTEE DISCUSSES CONGRESSES NEED FOR BETTER SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT AND ADVICE
 
HOUSE SCIENCE COMMITTEE DISCUSSES CONGRESSES NEED FOR BETTER SCIENTIFIC AND TECHNICAL ASSESSMENT AND ADVICE
Rep. Rush Holt (D-NJ) testifies at House Science Committee hearing on Capitol Hill, in Washington on July 25, 2006. The House Science Committee held a full committee hearing to discuss whether an independent organization funded by Congress would improve scientific and technical information, assessment and advice provided to the U.S. Congress. (UPI Photo/Shauneil Scott)
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